Food trends, food research and food information shared via social media seems to be growing every day. With all the “do eat this” and “don’t eat that” advice out there, it’s easy to find conflicting information and get overwhelmed. On top of that, the food advice is not just for humans, but also for… read morePosted in Cats and Kittens | Dogs and Puppies | Hunting and Sporting Dogs
She can smell the bone-in ribeyes long before they come off the grill. She’s looking at you and the platter of food with that longing look unique to dogs, waiting for that moment when you put a few pieces of meat and fat in her bowl or, even better, hand her a bone to finish cleaning and eventually … read morePosted in Protective Care
If you're part of 32% of Americans who make New Year's Resolutions related to losing weight, and you know that getting more exercise is an important way to achieve that resolution — then you may be looking for some creative ways to get active in 2018. And since more than half of all dogs in the U.S.… read morePosted in Pets in Spartanburg
Thanksgiving offers us all the time to sit down and remember all the things we’re thankful for. At Pine Street Animal Hospital, our list seems to grow each year. We thought we’d share with you, our clients and friends, what we’re saying “thanks” for during this holiday season.
- The love of our … read more
They came. They chewed. They swallowed.
Dogs and cats can be some of the most brilliant creatures on the planet. At times there seems to be no limit to what they are capable of being trained to do. But sometimes they will do things for no good reason that leave us scratching our heads. The top of… read morePosted in Protective Care
Written by Dr. Glenn Adcock
Hurricane Harvey just left a mess in Texas, the West is battling huge wildfires, and now Hurricane Irma is threatening Florida and the Southeast. As the largest storm every recorded in the Atlantic, and one that is potentially heading our way, Irma requires some special attention. Now is the time to… read morePosted in Protective Care
What kind of food should I feed my cat?
Which is better, dry food or wet food?
Is wet cat food really bad for cats?
As veterinarians, we handle these questions all the time. But it turns out, we haven’t always answered them correctly. Years ago, we (and by we, I mean the veterinarians), tol… read morePosted in Cats and Kittens | Protective Care